At 4:51 PM -0300 7/19/00, Jen Worden wrote: >Greeting 'Volters! > >I've just finished a CD for a High School Reunion (first and last time, >thank you very much!) and of course, the .html files were altered during >the copying process (uppercase ie. MYFILE~1.HTM) - rendering it virtually >useless for Mac users. Is there any way that I can make sure that the files >don't get trashed when burning the CDs? or is my only solution to fix them >via Mac and burn via Mac? Why do you think that having uppercase and a ~ in the file makes it virtually useless? Macs aren't case sensitive on their HTML file names. HTML is cross-platform compatible. The person just needs to launch their browser (since double-clicking on the htm(l) file will likely not work), and then Open the file from within the browser. The only way to be sure it will it will work on Macs would be to burn a Mac CD, so that the file names/associations stay the same. But as Macs can read PC disks, and that includes CDs, it should work fine. -- ------------------------------- Julia Frizzell julia_frizzell at brown.edu glyneth at netspace.org http://www.netspace.org/~glyneth http://www.theblackroad.org "Insert pithy quote here."